Keeping ‘memory alive’ of Boulder cyclist killed by drunken driver

Brianne Davis and her three sons Landon, 6, at left, Owen, 4, and Blake, 9, hold a family photo with their father Bill Davis at their Boulder home earlier this spring. ( Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer )

From the Times Call

Brianne Davis remembers the moment she found out her husband Bill was killed by a drunk driver while riding his bicycle last summer.

“I just became hysterical,” she said. “It was like an out-of-body experience. I was just looking down on this grief-stricken person who was crying and sobbing. I just kept thinking, ‘This can’t be true. It can’t be my husband.’ I was sick to my stomach.”

It’s been almost one year since that day in June. Callie Kuhasz, the driver hit and killed Bill Davis, will be sentenced to prison at the end of the month. But Brianne Davis is not focused on what lies ahead for Kuhasz.

“That’s out of my control,” Davis said. “At the end of the day, that doesn’t bring him back.”

Instead, Davis said she is putting her energy toward making sure nobody else has to endure what she did the day she found out she would have to tell her three children their father wasn’t coming home from his ride.

“(Kuhasz) should not have been driving,” Brianne Davis said. “This never should have happened.”

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